Dash through the snow, or sleet, or sunshine, to Chick-fil-A to scoop up the chicken chain’s peppermint-chocolate-chip milkshake, back on the menu for a limited time only. The chain describes the shake as being “hand-spun the old-fashioned way,” made with Chick-fil-A Icedream, and featuring bits of peppermint and chocolate candies, topped off with whipped cream and a cherry.
The frosty shake is on the menu only from now until Jan. 5. And it’s more than a beverage. It’s also the main ingredient in the chain’s divine-sounding Peppermint Milkshake Pie. That recipe involves a chocolate-cookie pie crust (homemade or storebought), one or two of the shakes, and a whipped-cream and candy topping.
This experi-mint sounds decadently delicious, but Chick-fil-A doesn’t have stores in all regions of the U.S. The chain has offered a strange little statistic for the areas that do have locations, however: Chick-fil-A made a list of which 10 cities order this particular shake the most. Erie, Pennsylvania tops the list, followed by Lansing, Michigan in the No. 2 spot. Shake things up with a look at the world’s freakiest milkshakes.